5 Work From Home Gigs To Make Money in Your Pajamas!

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When it comes to side gigs, sure there’s always Uber driving or food delivery. But doesn’t it sound nice to make some money on the side while you sit at home in your pajamas? Here I’ve compiled a list of five work-from-home gigs that you can sign up for to make money from the comfort of your living room!


This website lets people from all over the world apply for contract gigs. A big focus of theirs is on search engine evaluation- so you’ll be testing out search terms and seeing what comes up to evaluate your satisfaction with the results. This helps them improve their algorithms and develop software that makes for more effective search engines.

Other projects they have focus on social media evaluation and improving text-to-speech software. If you are an avid internet user with some light technical knowledge this gig may be right for you! Many of their projects require a set number of hours you must work each week (four hours for five days a week, one hour for six days a week, etc.) so you need to be able to commit to some regularity with scheduling. Pay is hourly and varies by project.

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If you have experience writing or blogging, then Blogmutt might be worth checking out. Many businesses and internet companies will create blogs as a way to promote their brand and engage with the web community, but they might not necessarily have professional writers on their staff. Blogmutt helps fix that by enabling businesses to crowdsource in writers who are willing to write blog posts for them.

You’ll need to pass a grammar test and submit a writing sample before officially becoming a member of Blogmutt, but once you do you’ll be able to log in and see a list of available blogs to write for. You can submit your blog entries and if the client likes it you’ll get paid.

Check out Blogmutt here


If you are reading this blog post, you are likely an English speaker. This could help you score a gig at Cambly. What Cambly does is connect people from across the world that are trying to learn English with tutors who can mentor them via webcam. They don’t require any previous tutoring experience so it’s okay if you haven’t previously worked in a teaching position.

Cambly does require certain minimum requirements for your internet connection speed and browser, which they’ll test for in the application process. Once you get set up with them, you are paid $0.17 per minute of tutoring, or roughly $10.20 per hour (although the tutoring sessions might not last a full hour). There’s no set requirements for the number of hours you must work so it’s completely flexible around your schedule.

Check out Cambly here


Rev is a company that provides a variety of services to individuals and businesses related to audio transcription, captioning, and translation. You can work as a freelancer in any of those areas from home after passing a test to make sure you’re a good fit for the gig. Once you’re signed up and online, you’ll see a homepage with a list of available jobs to take on and you are paid on a per-job basis.

For example, an available job might be to transcribe 10 minutes of audio at $0.50 per minute. After you complete that job you would get $5 added to your balance, which they pay out weekly via PayPal. These gigs require that you have a sharp attention to detail and good ears to pick up on audio that could be hard to understand. If you are a detail-oriented person that is a fast typer then Rev might be worth taking a look at!

Check out Rev here

I also made a YouTube video that goes into more depth on Rev here


This website is a marketplace for various freelancers of all varieties to sell their services. They have over 100 different categories ranging from web design to virtual assistants to some jobs that are a little bizarre like this man that will create a photoshopped image of your face on a pizza for $5.

There’s no fee to list your services on Fivver, and you get to keep 80% of the money that the customers pay out for your services. If you are just beginning to branch out into a specific area of professional service, then Fivver could be a good way for your to get your feet wet and meet some potential clients.

Check out Fivver here

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How to Make Extra Money Teaching

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Whether you are a teacher yourself, you’ve worked in a position where you’ve had to train employees, or you just have a knack for explaining things, there can be a number of ways to pick up some extra money on the side.

Here are some of the ways that you can make extra money teaching.

Become a Tutor

Students and their parents will pay sizable amounts of money for tutoring if they know it will help their student achieve more academically. Thus, it can be a good way to earn some extra income if you have experience teaching students. It’s also a job that typically requires only 1-2 hours of work at a time, so it can be flexible if you have a busy schedule.

If you’re looking to become a tutor, you have a number of options available to you. You can seek out a part-time job as an employee of major test-prep companies like Kaplan or The Princeton Review, or you could go the freelance route and post ads for your services on websites like Craigslist. Of course, the old-fashioned route of leaving paper fliers at local schools works, too.

Tech-savviness can help you earn a spot as a paid online tutor for companies like Skooli, Chegg, or Wyzant. This allows you the flexibility to teach students across the country (and the world) without ever having to leave your house.

Teach an Online Course

There are several websites that let you post your own online classes and sell them to potential students looking to learn new skills. If you have experience recording videos and uploading them to the web, or can learn how to do it, this could be a good way for you to pull in some extra money.

One of the largest online marketplaces for classes is Udemy. They have courses for everything ranging from technology, music, language, software, photography, and nutrition. The classes are geared towards adults that are looking to expand their knowledge for both personal and professional reasons.

Lynda.com is another option. They offer classes covering business, creative, and technological skills. Meanwhile, the website Take Lessons offers a wide variety of subject areas from crafts to mathematics to piano lessons and will accommodate both those looking to teach online or in person.

Teach English at Home or Abroad

Do you speak the English language? Well congratulations, you’ve got yourself a job skill that’s in-demand across the world and can be utilized in a variety of different teaching jobs. You can find jobs both in the United States and abroad (fill in your summer break perhaps?) on Teach Away if you are looking to teach English to non-native speakers.

There are also a variety of outlets to teach English online. Lingoda offers flexible hours for those looking to work from home and will pay based on experience. VIPKid offers lesson plans and support for teachers looking to teach Chinese children English online and can work at least 7.5 hours per week. Meanwhile, Cambly offers flexible hours, requires no experience, and offers a unique pay-per-minute pay structure.

Become an Adjunct Professor at a College

If you have a Master’s degree, or in some cases if you are pursuing one, many colleges and universities will offer teaching positions as an adjunct professor. You will work a part-time schedule and may be offered a position on a per-semester or per-year contract.

Should you have a higher education and experience in a job field that would give you expertise in intro-level coursework, being an adjunct professor might be the right part-time career path for you. Just take into consideration that adjunct professors often make less money than you would think.

Grade Tests for Money

Several companies will pay you if you grade tests from home. Grading tests isn’t always the most pleasant experience and can seem a bit daunting, but if you are already used to doing it, then why not use your expertise to make some extra money?

Some of the opportunities out there include contract work with Pearson, which require that you have a Bachelor’s degree and have experience teaching in a high school or college. ETS, or Education Testing Services, recruits scorers for a variety of major tests including the GRE and the SAT. If you are interested in evaluating younger students, Literably offers work for teachers who listen to audio of students reading. You’ll transcribe what the students read phonetically, then score their comprehension skills.

Sell Educational Materials Online

If you’ve worked as a teacher for many years, chances are you’ve probably amassed quite a collection of lesson plans, worksheets, and other activities you’ve created for your students. When you have such awesome learning materials, why not share them around with other teachers?

Teachers Pay Teachers allows you to do just that. With a free account, you can upload your lessons plans and activities to the website to sell to other teachers. Elsewhere on the web, eNotes hires stay-at-home freelance writers to develop study materials to be sold on their website.

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